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Randolph North Golf Course

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Randolph North Golf Course

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Small Group or Private Tombstone & San Xavier Mission Day Trip from Phoenix
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Small Group or Private Tombstone & San Xavier Mission Day Trip from Phoenix

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On this all day trip from Phoenix to Tombstone, travel back to the days of the Wild West to 'The Town Too Tough To Die,' where you’ll visit the famous OK Corral and Big Nose Kate’s Saloon. Hear tales and legends of American outlaws in this legendary frontier outpost, where money, fame and lust were always at odds with the law. You’ll also visit San Xavier de Bac Mission while enjoying the drive back to Phoenix, for a full day of exploring two of Arizona’s most popular sights. Choose between a small-group or private option.
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golfinggal77 wrote a review Mar 2019
Tucson, Arizona37 contributions14 helpful votes
A great Muni. Well maintained, reasonably priced, busy but not overly slow. Perfect for public golfers.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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JoeNathan9249 wrote a review Jan 2019
Saint Paul, Minnesota5,023 contributions895 helpful votes
Played here twice in January, 2109, once on a Friday, once on a Saturday. It does have some pretty vistas. FROST DELAYS: 30-70 minute delays from tee times because of frost. So be prepared as apparently this often happens. Course was busy on Friday and absolutely packed on Saturday. There was a group 2 groups ahead of us that were almost 2 holes behind - which led the course to back up badly. I asked when I finally made it in after almost 5 hours and was told there was a ranger but he had left more than an hour earlier. This is a BIG problem. We were there on vacation. Several local people told us that you can get good bargains at golf.com to play resort courses for deep discount that are much better managed than this one. Be sure to check card because some water hazards are not clear from tee box or fairway, though they come into play.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Craig B wrote a review Dec 2018
Denver, Colorado68 contributions29 helpful votes
The course is in good shape for the fall but it clearly gets a lot of use. Facilities have been updated and volunteer staff was helpful. Can't take the carts to the parking lot so a lot of lugging if you have a cart bag. Very walkable which was nice in the fall.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Lynpick wrote a review Nov 2018
Denver3 contributions2 helpful votes
The conditions were marginal. A lot of dry unkept area. And the women's tee boxes had no Advantage. Literally every tbox only had 10 yards Advantage if that. The only Advantage women get is on the 18th hole. Made a miserable day of golf being that it was a thousand yards longer than most courses for women. If you are are women friendly a woman playing golf in Tucson there are lots of other golf courses that are more female friendly
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Rico Az wrote a review Jun 2018
119 contributions50 helpful votes
As a Tucson local who averages 50+ rounds a year I continue to be unimpressed with how easy it is for the Randolph management to ruin a round of golf. The most recent encounter of mismanagement was when they launched the early team times of which we had 2 foresomes, good news is we tee’d it up on time. The next act, which was messaged to those on the course by the starters and the cart ladies was that that management decided to push out a tournament in a shot gun format. You might think this is normal, however the launch included putting tournament players on the Par 3s that had none tournament players already into our rounds. The round that should have taken 3.5 Hours was now on track for a speedy 6 hour round. I am 100% in favor of tournaments, especially for those best ball events with a good cause, but these tournaments should not interfere with the paying customers who have already started their rounds. The bad news is this management team is known for not being golfer friendly...they only want to make money and have the expectation that golfers don’t have options. We’ll this one does have options and Randolph North will not be one of them. Did I mention that the same folks recently double booked the lounge area and failed to give either partly a solution that took into account the planning and coordination that both parties had to do ahead of the main event. The Randolph complex management needs to go or this great track will be better suited as a pasture.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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